Best Money Tips: How to Cook Dinner in Your Dishwasher

By Amy Lu on 16 September 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on a way to cook food in your dishwasher, dorm décor ideas for students, and how to be a thrifty cat owner.

Top 5 Articles

Yes, You Can Cook Dinner in the Dishwasher — Learn how to make wine-poached shrimp and other tasty foods in your dishwasher! [PopSugar Smart Living]

13 DIY Dorm Decor Ideas for Budget-Savvy Students — Use washi tape to frame artwork, postcards, and photos on your wall. [Smart Cents]

How Much Does a Cat Cost? 6 Ways This Thrifty Cat Lady Saves Money — Forget about expensive toys. Cats love chasing random objects and exploring empty boxes! [The Penny Hoarder]

25 restaurant chains graded on antibiotic use in meat supply. 20 fail. — Many popular chains have no plans to curb antibiotics in their meat supply. [The Monitor]

Six Habits That Can Land You Deep in Debt — Going without an emergency fund means you may need to rely on credit if a surprise expense comes up. If you can't pay it back right away, you'll be in debt for the foreseeable future. [The Simple Dollar]

Other Essential Reading

The secret to making extra money with eBay — Expect to spend a little money when you first sell through eBay, but you can minimize the cost by reselling items you already have in your home. [Get Rich Slowly]

5 Common Mental Errors That Sway You From Making Good Decisions — Sometimes, we make silly decisions just to avoid losing what we have — or what we think we have. [James Clear]

Helping Your Parents Downsize in Retirement — Downsizing in retirement allows your parents to free up capital, lower their monthly payment and upkeep costs, and boost their savings. [Money Smart Life]

Is Keeping Your Grocery Budget Low a Bad Idea? — Allowing yourself to spend more on quality food could mean better health in the long run. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

9 Ways to Teach Children Peace and Kindness — September 21st is the International Day of Peace! Use this opportunity to teach your kids how to respond to bullies. [Parenting Squad]

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